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- In an unconquerable manner.
- 1879, George Eliot, Impressions of Theophrastus Such:
- Our rural tracts--where no Babel-chimney scales the heavens--are without mighty objects to fill the soul with the sense of an outer world unconquerably aloof from our efforts.
- 1917, Various, Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 153, Nov. 14, 1917:
- Mr. EDMUND GOSSE contributes a foreword to the present volume, in which he draws a pathetic picture of the author, still unconquerably young, despite his years, facing the future with only one fear, that of the unemployment to which his increasing deafness, and the break-up of the world as it was before the War, seemed to be condemning him.